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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, December 20, 2018

Thursday, December 20, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 241 Thursday, December 20, 2018
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Deputies Hailed as Heroes: Two Chambers County deputies are being hailed as heroes after pulling a man from a burning car last Thursday. Chambers County Sheriff Brian Hawthorne said the deputies sprang into action after responding to a vehicle crash on S.H. 124, just south of Winnie. Upon arrival, Deputies Braedon Boznango and Carlton Carrington found a vehicle engulfed in flames from the rollover crash with an unconscious male lying in the front seat with his abdomen and legs on fire. After pulling the man from the burning vehicle, the deputies drug him into a ditch of water to put out the flames. The sheriff said the victim’s name is not being released, but his last known address was in Galveston County. At last report, he was in critical but stable condition at Memorial Hermann Hospital.
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DISD Financial Rating: Dayton ISD trustees held a public hearing during Tuesday night’s meeting to review the district’s rating from the Texas Education Agency on the state’s financial integrity rating system. Commonly referred to as “Schools FIRST”, this state scoring system is designed to monitor the quality of the financial management of each district across Texas. It’s the sixteenth year the monitoring system has been in place, and the Dayton school district once again earned the top rating. The district scored a total of 94 percent on the 15 indicators to earn a superior rating. That grade is based on the district’s 2016-17 fiscal year data.
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DCDC Grants: Dayton City Council gave final approval to two Dayton Community Development Corporation grants during Monday’s regular meeting. The first grant was for $200,000 to new industry Oleon Americas. Oleon is expected to build a manufacturing facility for their bio-chemical products inside the Gulf Inland Logistics Park on State Highway 146 South. The second DCDC grant approved by council is for $250,000 to Baytown Cardiologist Dr. Shehzad Sami. Dr. Sami wants to locate an office on U.S. 90 in Dayton.
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Obituaries: Raymond “Ricky” Roscoe Rice Jr., 77, of Liberty. Service 2 p.m. Saturday at PSFH. Rusty Alan Tidwell, 38, of Conroe, formerly of Hardin. Service is 10 a.m. Saturday at Hardin Baptist (F&F). Gabriel “Cowboy” Hernandez, 61, of Anahuac. Service 11 a.m. Saturday at Sterling FH – Anahuac.
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*Lake Release: 22,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 25.8 ASL*
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